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[image]Colossal Cyclone Swirls near Martian North Pole - NASA
*Description*: This is an enhanced orthographic view of the storm centered on 65 deg. N latitude, 85 deg. W longitude. The image has been processed to bring out additional detail in the storm's spiral cloud structures. Technical facts about this news release: Back to entire collection [ http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/index/353/ ] Next release [ http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/1999/18/ ] Previous release [ http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/1999...
Keywords: Mars
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[audio]Karaoğlu - Ömer Karaoğlu
ömer
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[movies]Mars Crater - Stephen Nowlin
Cone on Pavonis Mons
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[texts]TLDOM. WEB DL. 720p.DL4World.com
The Last Days on Mars (2013) WEB-DL
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[texts]Mar’s seeding project - Denny R Randall
Use of algae and iron eating organisms to create a complex system to stabilize dust and mars atmosphere
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[movies]untitled - mars
circustea
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[movies]untitled - 1
1
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[movies]Mars_hdtv - Bb
Docs about Mars
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[audio]rases - rases
rases
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[texts]Climate of Mars - Josh Judd
Contrary to the general mainstream portrayal of Mars today, there is strong evidence that it was once a thriving planet, in constant change.
Keywords: Mars
Downloads: 160
[image]The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter in its aerobraking stage
The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter in its aerobraking stage
Keywords: Mars Artwork; What -- Mars
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[image]34 Terabits of Data
The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter will be a powerful mission, returning 34 Terabits of vital data that will increase our knowledge of the red planet.
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[image]The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter over the martian landscape
The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter over the martian landscape
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[image]A Closer Encounter with Mars - NASA
*Description*: This image is centered near another volcanic region known as Elysium. This area shows many small, dark markings that have been observed by the Hubble telescope and other spacecraft to change as a result of the movement of sand and dust across the Martian surface. In the upper left of this image, at high northern latitudes, a large chevron-shaped area of water ice clouds mark a storm front...
Keywords: Mars; What -- Mars
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[image]The Art of Exploration
Artist Tina DiCicco's beautiful depiction of the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter gathering vital science data at Mars. Credit: NASA/JPL/DiCicco
Keywords: Mars Artwork; What -- Mars
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[image]Mars Artwork
Looking like an overly enthusiastic tourist, artist Tina DiCicco's quirky character emphasizes the mission's ability to "see" as no other orbiter before it. Credit: NASA/JPL/DiCicco
Keywords: Mars Artwork; What -- Mars
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[image]Scientists Say Mars Has a Liquid Iron Core
This artist's concept of the interior of Mars shows a hot liquid core that is about one-half the radius of the planet. The core is mostly made of iron with some possible lighter elements such as sulfur. The mantle is the darker material between the core and the thin crust. [more...]
Keywords: Mars Artwork; What -- Mars
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[image]Next Phase: Aerobraking
After a nearly flawless entry into martian orbit, what is next for Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter? Six months of precise aerobraking will position the spacecraft for optimal science return. Aerobraking is a process in which engineers utilize the martian atmosphere to slow their craft and ease it into a circular orbit. Initially, the spacecraft entered into a 35-hour orbit that, if drawn, would appear oval shaped...
Keywords: Mars Artwork; What -- Mars
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[image]The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter as it orbits over the martian poles
The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter as it orbits over the martian poles
Keywords: Mars Artwork; What -- Mars
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[image]A Closer Encounter with Mars - NASA
*Description*: This image is centered on the region of the planet known as Tharsis, home of the largest volcanoes in the solar system. The bright, ring-like feature just to the left of center is the volcano Olympus Mons, which is more than 340 miles (550 kilometers) across and 17 miles (27 kilometers) high. Thick deposits of fine-grained, windblown dust cover most of this hemisphere. The colors indicate that the dust is heavily oxidized ("rusted"), and millions (or perhaps billions) of years of ...
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[image]The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter during its Mars Orbit Insertion
This is an artist's concept of the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter during its critical Mars Orbit Insertion process. In order to be captured into orbit around Mars, the spacecraft must conduct a 25-minute rocket burn when it is just shy of reaching the planet. As pictured, it will pass under the red planet's southern hemisphere as it begins the insertion.
Keywords: Mars Artwork; What -- Mars
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[image]Comparison of Land Masses
Comparison of Land Masses
Keywords: Mars Artwork; What -- Mars
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[image]Important Stages of Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter
Artist Tina DiCicco's image highlights four important stages of the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter mission: launch, aerobraking, science and relay. Credit: NASA/JPL/DiCicco
Keywords: Mars Artwork; What -- Mars
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[image]Mars: Olympus Mons - NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Scientific Visualization Studio
MOLA-based still image showing Martian topography of Olympus Mons as both color and elevation. Note: Olympus Mons on Mars, in false color. Animator: Eric Sokolowsky (GST). Platforms/Sensors/Data Sets: MGS/MOLA, fvGCM/CLDTOT (Vertically-integrated, random overlap, total cloud cover (Inst) [fraction]).
Keywords: Mars, Topography; What -- Mars
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[image]Mars: Valles Marineris - NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Scientific Visualization Studio
MOLA-based still image showing Martian topography of Valles Marineris as both color and elevation. Note: Valles Marineris on Mars, in false color. Animator: Eric Sokolowsky (GST). Platforms/Sensors/Data Sets: MGS/MOLA, fvGCM/CLDTOT (Vertically-integrated, random overlap, total cloud cover (Inst) [fraction]).
Keywords: Mars, Topography; What -- Mars
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[image]Mars Express
This artist rendering shows the Mars Express spacecraft.
Keywords: Mars Artwork; What -- Mars Express; What -- Mars
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[image]Mars Express
This artist rendering shows the Mars Express spacecraft.
Keywords: Mars Artwork; What -- Mars Express; What -- Mars
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[image]Mars Express
This artist rendering shows the Mars Express Orbiter. Credit: ESA
Keywords: Mars Artwork; What -- Mars Express; What -- Mars
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[image]Mars Express orbiter
Artist impression of Mars Express orbiter making a pass over the Martian surface at a lower point in its orbit. Credit: European Space Agency
Keywords: Mars Artwork; What -- Mars Express; What -- Mars
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[image]Mars Express
This artist rendering shows the Mars Express spacecraft
Keywords: Mars Artwork; What -- Mars Express; What -- Mars
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[image]Mars Express
This artist rendering shows the Mars Express spacecraft in orbit around Mars. Credit: ESA
Keywords: Mars Artwork; What -- Mars Express; What -- Mars
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[movies]NASA Connect - GoE - Mars Exploration and Water - NASA LaRC Office of Education
NASA Connect Segment explaining why we are exploring Mars. It also reveals tools and techniques used to explore Mars.
Keywords: NASA Connect; Mars; Mars Exploration; Mars Surface
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[image]ACD03-0255-012 - NASA/Ames Research Center
Grand Opening of the New Mars Center "Tent" for Visitors
Keywords: What -- Mars
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[image]ACD08-0260-023 - NASA/Ames Research Center
K-10 (red) plaentary rover at Marscape (Ames Mars Yard): with prototype flight control team remotely operating K-10 "Red" from Ames Future Flight Centeral (FFC) Simulator. L-R; Jeff Tripp, David Lees, Trey Smith, Mark Helper, Simon Rutishauser
Keywords: What -- Mars
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[image]Medusae Fossae #2 - NASA/JPL/Malin Space Science Systems
Extensive wind-swept plains of the Medusae Fossae formation on Mars. This southern subframe image, frame 3104, is of a 3.0 x 4.7 km area centered near 2.0 degrees north, 163.8 degrees west. Figure caption from Science Magazine Science Magazine Article
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[image]MARS BALLOON INFLATION TEST IN THE SPACE POWER FACILITY SPF AT NASA PLUM BROOK STATION - NASA/Glenn Research Center
MARS BALLOON INFLATION TEST IN THE SPACE POWER FACILITY SPF AT NASA PLUM BROOK STATION
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[image]AC99-0008-4 - NASA/Ames Research Center
Date: Jan 20, 1999 Photographer: Roger Brimmer Mars Environmental Chamber. Absorption Compression for Mars ISRU (In-SITU Resource Utilization) N-239.
Keywords: What -- Mars
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[image]Mars May Be Cozy Place for Hardy Microbes - NASA
Technical facts about this news release: Back to entire collection [ http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/index/60/ ] Next release [ http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/2006/46/ ] Previous release [ http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/2006/33/ ] *News Release Number:*: STScI-2006-48b
Keywords: What -- Mars
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[image]ACD08-0260-022 - NASA/Ames Research Center
K-10 (red) plaentary rover at Marscape (Ames Mars Yard): with prototype flight control team remotely operating K-10 "Red" from Ames Future Flight Centeral (FFC) Simulator, L-R; Pascal Lee, Melissa Rice, David Lees, Trey Smith
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[image]MARS BALLOON INFLATION TEST IN THE SPACE POWER FACILITY SPF AT NASA PLUM BROOK STATION - NASA/Glenn Research Center
MARS BALLOON INFLATION TEST IN THE SPACE POWER FACILITY SPF AT NASA PLUM BROOK STATION
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[image]MARS BALLOON INFLATION TEST IN THE SPACE POWER FACILITY SPF AT NASA PLUM BROOK STATION - NASA/Glenn Research Center
MARS BALLOON INFLATION TEST IN THE SPACE POWER FACILITY SPF AT NASA PLUM BROOK STATION
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[image]AC92-0326-16 - NASA/Ames Research Center
Virtual Environment Telepresence workstation, simulated Mars Exploration shows William Briggs with EXOS Dexterous interface (virtual hand)
Keywords: What -- Mars
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[image]KSC-01PP-0602 - NASA
A worker in the Space Assembly and Encapsulation Facility 2 checks out the Mars Odyssey Orbiter before its move to the third stage of a Delta rocket. The Mars Odyssey is scheduled for launch on April 7, 2001, aboard a Delta II rocket from Launch Pad 17-A, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station
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[image]KSC-01PP-0646 - NASA
On Launch Pad 17-A, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, a worker begins removing the bottom panels from around the Mars Odyssey orbiter. The spacecraft is being mated to a Boeing Delta II rocket for launch scheduled at 11:02 a.m. EDT April 7. The spacecraft will map the Martian surface in search of geological features that could indicate the presence of water, now or in the past, and may contribute significantly toward understanding what will be necessary for a more sophisticated exploration of Ma...
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[image]ACD08-0260-024 - NASA/Ames Research Center
K-10 (red) plaentary rover at Marscape (Ames Mars Yard): with prototype flight control team remotely operating K-10 "Red" from Ames Future Flight Centeral (FFC) Simulator, L-R; Kip Hodges, Mark Helper, Marwan Hussein, Pascal Lee, Melissa Rice, Trey Smith, David Lees
Keywords: What -- Mars
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[image]photo-s85_31484 - NASA
S85-31484 (1985)--- (Artist's concept of possible exploration programs.) This is a close-up view of an artist's concept (S85-31477 and S85-31478) of a manned Mars mission and construction of a permanent base are two of the many options being studied that could impact the space station. In a recent study for NASA outlined surface and transportation requirements for a Mars base using information synthesized from many current studies on manned Mars missions...
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[image]MC-6 Casius Region - NASA
Mars digital-image mosaic merged with color of the MC-6 quadrangle, Casius region of Mars. Except for the highly dissected southwestern part, which contains faults, mesas, and buttes of Nilosyrtis Mensae, the Casius region is dominated by light-colored and dark, relatively smooth plains. Latitude range 30 to 65 degrees, longitude range -120 to -60 degrees.
Keywords: What -- Mars
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[image]KSC-01PP-0601 - NASA
A worker in the Space Assembly and Encapsulation Facility 2 checks out the Mars Odyssey Orbiter before its move to the third stage of a Delta rocket. The Mars Odyssey is scheduled for launch on April 7, 2001, aboard a Delta II rocket from Launch Pad 17-A, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station
Keywords: What -- Mars
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[image]AC94-0326-15 - NASA/Ames Research Center
Virtual Environment Telepresence workstation, simulated Mars Exploration shows Lewis Hitchner with virtual helmet and EXOS Dexterous interface (virtual hand)
Keywords: What -- Mars
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[image]AC99-0008-2 - NASA/Ames Research Center
Date: Jan 20, 1999 Photographer: Roger Brimmer Mars Environmental Chamber. Absorption Compression for Mars ISRU (In-SITU Resource Utilization) N-239.
Keywords: What -- Mars
Downloads: 7
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